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Serious Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 20 January 1913

. . 8erious Accident. ' ' _._While;'trayelling from West Nar I'ftbri to Worris Creek, ou ;Friday. afternoon, ou a stock train, a -young man niuned Alfouso Henry 'Irwiu met with' a serious accident. i From .what be'ean leanied, Irwiu, wfio. was engaged on tho train as liroman, ' had. occasion to upon tno coal neap in tho tondor, .when ho was struck , by an overhead bridgo near Turrawao- his back having been turned ' upon tho structure at the timo. -Ho} was. knocked off tho traini and, when picked up*, was found to bo suffering ; from 'a. wound; in tho head. Tho i driver of tho^ traiu immediately uu coupTcd tlio engine and brought; the sufferer back to. tho. Narrhbri ihos pital in tho brako van. Upon,ox: nluination ut tlio hospital, Irwiu was found. to bo suffering from a, com pound fracturo of tho skull, onl was in ft critical conditiou. lit pas are held out for his recovery. ^ ' Glassware, ' Elcotroplato, Enainolwaro, Hurdwaru and Crockurywaro justilandod and marked down to bedrock ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 20 January 1913

Tho Weather. Yesterday afternoon, after a very steamy morning, n heavy dust storm, followed by rain, visited Nnrmbri. at about 4 o'clock. The records at the post oflico show that Narralfri' re ceived 50 points, Boggabri 40, Wee has done couBidcmbla-idntunge to the. lines, so it is very probiYblc Mother places . participated i. in . the — ?fall; The.- temperature 6ineo Friday is recordod at: Friday,. maximum. 99 deg^ minimum 72 deg. ; Saturday, maximnm 102 deg., minimum 7Cdeg; Sunday, maximum 105 degi, . miui mum 73 deg;. Monday, miuimnm 73 deg.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of an Old Pioneer. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 20 January 1913

Death of an Old Pioneer. Ou Thursday night thoro passed away at her residcnco in Nnrrabri, ono of tho oldest inhabitants of tho town aud district in tho porson of Mrs. Hannah Grayson, rclict of Mr. auiii uruy&on, ui. mu kiuhu uiu of years nnd G months. Born in Ireland, in tho Connty of Armagh, sho came out to Australia in tho year 1852, iu company with.- her husband nnd ono child, a son. From Sydnoy, tho littlo band of pioneers wont to Queensland, whoro pastoral pursuits wcro followed. Whilo in this pnrt thoy oxpcricncod much troublo with tho blacks, and many tin exciting, experienco has been nar rated by tho old lady. Forty years j ago Mr. Grayson camo to Narrabri I nud went to manngo Merrywinobono ! Statiou for Mr. Langhorn. By tho 1 issuo thore wcro six children, livo sons nud ono daughter, throe of whom survive, uamely, Samuel and David, who resido in Queensland, | and Tom, residing in Bingnra, whilo ! tho«o deceased aro Mary Jano (Mrs. ! ITardmnn), James andJIatthow. Th...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams. OUR TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 20 January 1913

Telegrams. -.OUR TELEGRAM8. Our usual press wlrosi up timo of going to pross (2.80 p.m.) had not arrived, tho roason for tho dolay bolng that the. . tolegraphlc linos botwoon horo and* Sydnoy havo- boon blown down I)y yosterday's storm.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams. Labor Party Will Not Retire. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

Telegrams. Labor Party Will Not Retire. SYDNEY, Wcduetday. Speaking at Tmodlo, thu Minister, for Justico said tlio Labor party would rcmnin iu oflico it a full term. Tho general elec tions wottld take piaec iu about eino months' timo.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

. , =? j HAD TO LAY UP WlTli COLU. 'Il|ad a Bovorocold nccouipauiod witll distrosding pains in tho chost and had to lay ut»,' writes Mr. Ham Hcott, GO Fits gorald fctvcot, North Purtli, W.A. ' Mind tried all sorts of modicino*, but notlduir did mo tho slightest good. Raving Chiim* borlain's Cough Remedy in stock, I tried that, and it gavo mc instant roliuf, and I was (julckly cured. Best of all I havo rc mairieJ'cuixd.' ?

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

- You will bo sure to got what you' want in tho Footwear lit\o at Krohu'a, whoro tho good boot's are, o'ppo^ifo Post OiHbf}.*

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IF PEOPLE KNEW ITS VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

IF PEOPLE KNEW IT'S VALUE. 'If pco^lo know tho real value .of Cli luborlam'a Cough Iteiuoily thoy would novor bo without abottlo in thohoueu,' says 'Mr. D. D. Do bell, Dndgury .Buildings, Now Canterbury Road, Dimrlch Mill, Now. South Waled. ' 1 Jiavo used it in iuv fatti- ? ily and .iyu»idor it tbe uafeat mudiciuo for either eliildrun or adults, und ^an. thor oughly rccoiuui?ud it to anyone.' ' Tho official report tjliows * that thai Eight Hour Art Union and Sports Day realised £13,300, while, tho expenses amounted to £7641, leav ing a credit halanco of £5685.' It scorns to bo a most excellent, joint.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

TWO DOSES A COMPLETE CUKE. ' I urn bubiect to bowel troubled which causo pai» and iucoiivonienco' ' writes Mr. Alfred Wano, IBS Auburn Road, Auburn, Victoria, ' but havo always found two doses of Chamberlain's Colic and Diiur ba-n Remedy to effect a comploto cure. - . I am pleased now to know that tliero is eucb a safo aud certaiu remedy as Cb»uibcrlnin*n Colic and Dianhasv Remedy and nimiya keep n bottle handy.'

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of the Fire Chief. A NOTABLE OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

Death of the Fire Chief, A NOTABLE OFFICER. CluoE Officer Alfred Webb;'' of tho Metropolitan Fire Brigade, died at his quarters iu tho firo brigade 'head quarters late on Sunday. Deceased had been unwell for somo weeks, and had been undor the care of Dr. Mait land Gledden. The causo of death was a carbuncle. Tho deceased officer, who was iu his sixty-third year, waB born in Danstablo,. Hertfordshire, England, ou April 26, 1850. Ho joined the Londou Firo Brigudo as a' young man, and completed on 15 years with that both* beforo coming out to Aus tralia. Ho joined tho New South Wales 1'iro Brigade on Juno 26, 1888, with tho rank of principal foreman. A few years later the position became merged into that of deputy-superintendent. Mr. Webb becamo superintendent of tho Now South Wales Brigado on September 26, 1808, after Superin tendent .W. D. Bear, aud hold that position -to tho end. -'?? ? Mr. Webb was a man of fine charaotor, and was ??universally respected. Ho had made tiro fighting ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Thoughts of Women. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

Thoughts of Women. » A man never falls in love with a woman ho studies, hot with tho wo man who studies him. Tho girl who thinks no man' js good onough for her may olten lip right, but sho is moro often left. When a woman forgets nn injury, sho keeps forgetting that sho has for* gotten it. A wonny), Holdqni puU off till to*! morrow what sho can wear to-day,— From'Womau: Tho Good and tho Bad in Hor,' Uy ' Celt,'' . Oitfy womeu' ciiit \vrito lotterd which' convoy anything to a hungry heart. . A ^lan.will t.hink tho tender things, bnt ho nover puts them on paper. — From tho 41 Lure,' by R L' Stovons. Of all tho useful thiugs by which mon commend themselves to. wotneuj that of .mootiug thorn nt stations, j A ouo of tho best.— Frotn tho ' Doll '* by Violot Huut. ' : J.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Taylor Send Off. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

Tho Taylor 8end Off. On Monday evening a meeting of tho committee was held and it was decided to meet this ovoning .when a comprohcnsivo schemo wiU. sub mitted for a systematic hou¥b to house visitation by tho collectors.'. Daring tho day tho committee had ' accoss Jjj tho old school roll 'so as to onablo , them to fiud out tho names of all tho | old scholars, who will bo circularised with a view to obtaining a donation. Tho list closes on tbo *14tlt prox. All ' Old Boys ' who know of tho .move meut aro takjng up tho project very enthusiastically and thoro is every prospect of a hugo testimonial being presented to the popular hoa^master of tho past 34 yoars. - Tho secretaries of tho movement aro Messrs. H. Logan aud Jas. Hinds, two of tho ' Old Boys.'

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Impression of Thurlow's Corner any Quiet Old Night. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

An' Impression of Thurlow's Oornor any Quiet Old Night. ' x ang - waug ? boom ? ooomolong gonebang !' (Fitz's Orgau in agony.) ' This wy to Ford's grito Picturo 6how I ! Tang - tillelang - tang ? tong (tambou rino with tho terrors ) ' Ho sived a porosiunah liko mo.' Booiu boom ! Boomtittley-bum-boora ! ! Din kum, shout us a blanky beer! Hal lelujah ! This way to Fitr.'s. Don't delay ! Don't dolay ! (per - moga phono.) ' Ho washed mo wheite as sneow.' Thou I left for Chicago for a little peace and quietness.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

Special Cash Prices — * - ««- at the floted .Cheap Stores. Xmas Supplies, 1912 GLASSWARE | ENAMELWARE . | CROCKERY [ ELECTROPLATE . j IRONMONGERY J IA Sugar, Crystal, 16a 3d bag IC Sugar, Soft, 16a bag ? Icing Sugnr, ful tin Currants, Cilillb. ltaiiiins, 6d lb Sultanas, S'd lb. Jiuiuon IVeJ, 7il lb Datos, 4d lb. JluKcatclIe.H, Is 3d lb . S. Sholl'Aluiondti, Od. Pennnts, &tl lb Pro8orved Ginger,' lOd lb Prcsorved Gioger, 7d jar , . Des. Cocoanut, Is and 6d tin Essences, -id bot.; large, 7d bot Ksacncos, C. aud 13., 8d Macaroni, 5il. Vonuioolli, 4.U1 Peochcs, Is Id. Pear, la Apricoln, lid. Quinces, lOtl Piueapples, 10J. J'Jvap.Peachc«, Is Id Arnott'H Xmas Cakeii, 2- 4d Pineapple Hams, Is 2d lb Doublo Cloth Hntns, Is 4d lb Curb, Soda, lid lb. . C. Tartar, is lb' Petit Pois, ToInato'Saucu, id bot. ' Worcester Sauce, 5d ; lai'ge, 7d ; oxtra large, 10ti ' - Prunes, Is lb mil' piiiiiiiihimii pimi— n mi mh i i mi white, 4U1 . Jellywry'stalR, 3a' 6d dot. lai-jjc pkt. .?^^jinll, lOd'd...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Painful Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

A Painful Acctdont. On Monday morning last Mrs. Jas. Hinds met with a very painful scald ing accident. She wns boiling water on n primu.v stove when her attention was attracted bv the maid, and throrigh some unaccountablo reason tho vessel of boiling water capsized and wont over tho left sido of her face, inflicting sonio very severe scalds from which Mrs. Hinds has suffered much pain.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

Glassware, I Eloetroplnto,. ' L'u.imojtrart1,' Hardware aud Crockery waro'.jnst landed.. and marked down to bedrock pfioes, for. tho' Xmasseason. Ilinj; Bros.* - *? 1 Youahauld bear In mirtd. That by using the comip'etcial ciicalytcs oils which now i* bouyht up at oJtwrlb. weighed and bottled, anJ on account o[ (lie large pro. lit putfacd, you are exposing youncir to all the dangers in which the use o( turpentine will ? ex- pose yon; irrigation of kidneys, intestinal tract and nucous membtanes. Hv insisting on the GHNUINIi SANDtiK EUd.AYPTI EXTRACT you nut on'v avoid these pitfalls, but vou have a sliimil.uin^. wfc and elTectiv: mcdicaincni, the icsuli of a special and carc. ful' manufjeiure. A trial will at oncc con«'^ vince. Quality in sniatl dtsc distii-nui-bes. it fiojj the ouli-yand dangtrm]* product*. '? Hememl;cr SANDlCKb' KXTRACT em bodies tUerc»uUof 5o\^ai»' txpe.ientc aud special stti'ly an I it dnrs what is promised ; r il beals nir.l tmcs without iiijuiinj; »l.c -bn- iti...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Market. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

Local Market. Mr. H. S. Pollack tho union snle man, reports prices for Tuesdays sale as under: — Peaches 2d to 3s, figs Id to Gd, melons 2d to lOd, cucumbers 3d to Is Gd do7.., apples from Id, nectarines l id, grapes Id to 5kl lb, eggs Is Is Id doz, pumpkins Is, parsuips 2d, carrots 3d, squash 3.jd, greens 4d lb, tomatoes 2J to 5d lb., rock mellous Is -£d to Is 4d water rnelous 2d to la lOd, marrows 2d to 3Id, snake beans Ud, beatroot 2d, fowls 3s 4d to 4.s pair, ducks 3s 4d to 3s Gd, clmfT £4 lGs to £5.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Balkan War. ARE THE TURKS AFRAID TO FIGHT? WOMEN TAUNT NAVAL OFFICERS. SAY THEY ARE TOO POOR SPIRITED TO ENGAGE GREEKS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

Balkan War. AKE 'THlv TURKS AFKAID TO -' FIGHT V . WOilliN TAU2IT NAVAL , 'T'rr*;. OFFICERS. * ? - v SAY THEY ARE TOO POOR SPIRITED TO ENGAGE GREEK.*?. It ia Btatod that n proclamation hua boon Gignod by the women of Turkey, suggesting that the Porto ahould sink tho Turkish warships in tho Dardan elles bocauso tho officers aro too poor* upinica r.o ngni. Tho docntnont led to a quarrel among tho officors. During tbo (lis* ensston us to whether tlioy ahould otigago tho Greeks, biovra^woro ex changed and 15 wero wounded. -

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Another Fire [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

Anothor FIro On Sunday ovening at about 0 o'clock a fire broko out in a weather board building, with u shingle roof in Daloono'st., occupied by two gcntlo men 41 batching.' Tho lire was first noticed by Mr. Charlie Baker, who gave tho alarm, arid with tho assist ance of one of tho inmates succeeded in gutting the firo under control, I though not before doing considerable damago to the kitchen. If tho firo had got a decent hold the adjoining residonccs tuost assuredly would now be ciudors.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BULGARLAN LOSSES. OVER 20,000 KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 22 January 1913

BULGARIAN LOSSES. OVER 20,000 KILLED. It is officially announced that tho Bulgarian war losses havo been as lollowri: — Killed, officer* 28'L; men 21,018. Wounded, officeis 770; men 51,000. About 70 per cant, of tho wounded have recovered Of 25,444 who wero strickon with cholora nt 'Jhfctalja, 3,000died.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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